Performers

Lleisiau Clywedog

Biography: Lleisiau Clywedog Ladies Choir was formed in 1996 and most of the founding members still sing with the choir today.  They enjoy learning a wide repertoire of songs and hope that this enjoyment is passed on during their concerts. The choir takes part in a number of concerts each year supporting local and national… Read more »

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John’s Boy’s

Biography: Johns’ Boys Male Chorus was formed in early 2016 to sing in a ‘Noson Lawen’ to celebrate the lives of two local choral conductors, the late John Glyn Williams and the late John Tudor Davies, both of whom were from the village of Rhosllannerchrugog. Both men were heavily involved with the male voice scene… Read more »

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Ysgol Ynyswen

Biography: The Ysgol Ynyswen are a group of enthusiastic singers who love performing. The choir is full of talented children who have achieved success individually and as part of the choir. The children are committed to being the best they can and they love performing through the Welsh language. They won the Valleys Eisteddfod choir… Read more »

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Wigan Community Choir

Biography: Wigan Community Choir were formed 11 years ago initially with 18 members. The choir is made up of all ages and musical abilities. Under the leadership of their Musical Director, Imelda Shirley they tackle a variety of songs and musical styles from Mozart to the Beatles, taking in a mixture of jazz, blues, gospel, folk and… Read more »

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The Phoenix Girls Chorus

Biography: The Phoenix Girls Chorus is comprised of five choirs of girls ages seven to eighteen. Their music education program includes vocal development, performance skills, sight singing, music theory, foreign language diction, and choreography. The focus of the Phoenix Girls Chorus is to provide a nurturing environment where singers develop their music skills to the… Read more »

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Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir

 Biography: In 1946 the people of Llangollen, as a gesture to International Peace, decided to ask former enemies, to come together in the friendly competitive atmosphere of a traditional Welsh Eisteddfod. The village of Froncysyllte, just 4 miles from Llangollen decided that the Eisteddfod was a good idea, and a public meeting was called, with… Read more »

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Sanjh International Folk Academy

Biography: SIFA (Sanjh International Folk Academy) is a Punjabi Indian Folk Academy, which provides quality training and high-calibre performances. Their performances have the aim to illustrate and preserve, develop and teach the traditions of Indian performing arts to other people from other countries. They provide in-depth, high quality arts training and leadership development opportunities for… Read more »

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21 strings Guzheng Ensemble

Biography: The 21-string Guzheng Ensemble was created by the famous young Guzheng performer Yuyan Xu, who was also an United States Confucius Music competition judge. The Ensemble includes a teacher’s and a children’s team. The choir members of the teachers ‘ team are outstanding young Guzheng teachers who have graduated from the Department of Music… Read more »

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Cor Ysgol Gymunedol Plascrug

Biography: The choir rejoices in the diversity of cultures and religions reflected at the school and in the harmony and friendship, which develop among their children. The school has experienced many successes at the Urdd National Eisteddfod and look forward to perform at the International Eisteddfod. The Choir conductor is Gregory Vearey-Roberts, a previous soloist… Read more »

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Cantorion Sirenian Singers

Founded in 1990 by the celebrated Musical Director Jean Stanley Jones MBE, Cantorion Sirenian Singers are a mixed voice choir of 50 voices based in North Wales. Achieving international recognition on the competitive and concert platform, they are recognised for their unique sound, excellent technique and breadth of repertoire. Their considerable competitive success include first… Read more »

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